Wednesday 12 October 2016

The Male Room - #46 Halloween

One of the best things about Halloween is that purple is a signature colour - so The Male Room's new challenge is just perfect!

Of course there are other colours associated with Halloween and I thought I'd best not ignore them - here's my card:

I added some purple and green washi tape to a bright orange patterned paper and then die cut the word BOO! And then I couldn't resist adding some googley eyes inside the two Os.

I matted the die cut rectangle onto the same orange patterned paper before attaching it to a black base card.

Dies: Lawn Fawn, Louie's ABCs; Lil'inker, stitched mats rectangles
Paper: Lawn Fawn, Beachside
Embellishments: googley eyes 7 washi from my stash

I hope you'll have fun making a Halloween card and I'll see your cards scaringly appearing in The Male Room's gallery. Want to know what the rest of my teammies came up with? Course you do! Be brave and take a peek here.

I'm entering this card into the Stamplorations CAS Card Challenge where the twist is black.

Thanks for your time today, hope you enjoyed my card.  And keep crafting!

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  1. You have choosen lovely DP for your BOO
    I love the colors and the black is perfect for Halloween card
    I just got your comment for AAA cards and I just join at The Male Room
    hope you like to see my Halloween card Jane
    always happy to get your visit
    you are so talented lady
    biiig hugs from Germany

  2. Love, love your perfectly CAS Halloween card. The colours are fab and purple plays to your favourite :) Love the googly eyes! xxx

  3. What an amazing Halloween card, Jane! So funny and smart. Thank you so much for sharing your card with us at STAMPlorations CAS Card Challenge. - Sweet Kobylkin

  4. Cute!!! Those eyes really pop! Thank you so much for playing along with us at STAMPlorations this month! :)
    Suchi- DT xx

  5. Super-clever design ... so glad you joined us at STAMPlorations.


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